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    Read 'Hard Times' for my European mythologies unit last year and analyzed it for my final test. An entertaining book, not entirely mindblowing, but entertaining nonetheless.

    As for Fatty, the guy's gangsta. He's by far the greatest Enid Blyton human character ever.
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    (Original post by eswiftfire)
    Read 'Hard Times' for my European mythologies unit last year and analyzed it for my final test. An entertaining book, not entirely mindblowing, but entertaining nonetheless.

    As for Fatty, the guy's gangsta. He's by far the greatest Enid Blyton human character ever.
    i dislike Pip - heavens,was that his name? :eek: and Beth...Betty...Beths...something like that :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by yo-less)
    i dislike Pip - heavens,was that his name? :eek: and Beth...Betty...Beths...something like that :rolleyes:
    Bets :p:
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    (Original post by ~Jen~)
    Bets
    thats the one!
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    How about Great Expectations then??
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    (Original post by Jayjayjay)
    How about Great Expectations then??
    i liked it i have a friend who's obsessed with it :eek: she bursts out randomly with quotations
    so i just bop her and lock her in the cabin in the woods...

    oh dear...this is a public forum isnt it? :rolleyes:
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    In a cottage in a woods a something, something I don't quite recall... I read it once a while back ago. I almost became obsessive with The Moonstone - one of my favourite books but it is under lock and key, so I can't have it hahaha
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    Could I join, please?
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    (Original post by Jayjayjay)
    In a cottage in a woods a something, something I don't quite recall... I read it once a while back ago. I almost became obsessive with The Moonstone - one of my favourite books but it is under lock and key, so I can't have it hahaha
    i'm currently reading The Silence Of the Lambs :eek: gruesome
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    (Original post by October Project)
    Could I join, please?
    Surely can. We're trying to make it an official society ATM.
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    (Original post by staylor)
    Surely can. We're trying to make it an official society ATM.
    Woo!
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    (Original post by yo-less)
    i dislike Pip - heavens,was that his name? :eek: and Beth...Betty...Beths...something like that :rolleyes:
    Hah, I can't remember the rest of them. Read them when I was 8-9. That's pretty much 12 years ago.

    After that, I shifted to reading RL Stine and Chrisopher Pike... I was such a fool.
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    Sorry to say I really did not like the Goosebumps series, I found them somewhat predictable. But I suppose when you are younger you may go for that kind of thing.
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    Probably because the goosebumps target age is about 6.
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    Oooo, can I join?

    Anyone read American Psycho?? FANTASTIC BOOK, very explicit and gruesome, but excellent!
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    (Original post by October Project)
    Could I join, please?
    Catty and you are now on the member list
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    (Original post by eswiftfire)
    Hah, I can't remember the rest of them. Read them when I was 8-9. That's pretty much 12 years ago.

    After that, I shifted to reading RL Stine and Chrisopher Pike... I was such a fool.
    so did i.rubbish,now when i look back :eek:
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    (Original post by yo-less)
    Catty and you are now on the member list
    Thanks very much
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    Goosebumps = pathetic

    High fantasy = good
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    (Original post by staylor)
    Goosebumps = pathetic

    High fantasy = good
    High fantasy's pretty repetitive and generic (... Robert Jordan, Terry Goodkind, anyone?) nowadays. I tend to get picky when picking a fantasy book to read.

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